We’ve been hearing about Matt Pearson’s dream to race multirotor flying cars for a few years now, with startup Alauda Aeronautics making its international public debut in 2019 and an awesome-looking full-sized electric racer revealed earlier this year. Now the team has released footage of the Airspeeder Mk3’s first flight tests.
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The first Airspeeder races are due to take place later this year, but the flying racers won’t have a pilot sitting in the cockpit – the aircraft will be remotely controlled. And so it was for the first flights of the Alauda Mk3 at undisclosed test locations in the deserts of South Australia.
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Source: Paul Ridden
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